Ethanol Days of Summer Free Fuel Contest

Free Fuel Giveaway


From Memorial Day through Labor Day, the Renewable Fuels Association (RFA) offers free fuel to participants for reporting prices of E15 and E85 as part of its annual Ethanol Days of Summer Free Fuel Contest.  

 

As our country is experiencing record fuel prices, everyone is looking for a break at the pump. Ethanol has been providing savings for years, but even more so this summer as availability of E15 and E85 grows. To further highlight those savings and educate U.S. drivers on ethanol’s value, this year’s contest will be combined with RFA’s Pump up the Savings Challenge to allow consumers more ways to win. Each week RFA will award $250 in free fuel.

 

There are two ways to enter the contests and win:

 

  1. Submit prices at E85prices.com. Register or log in at E85prices.com or use the E85prices.com mobile app. Submit retail station prices for higher blends of ethanol like E15 and E85.

 

  1. Submit pictures of higher blend prices on Twitter. Pictures can be of the fuel dispenser or price sign and should include, at a minimum, regular unleaded (E10) and E15 and/or E85. Include station name, city, and state. Tag @EthanolRFA and include the hashtags: #ethanol #E15 #E85 and #fuelprices (unless those words are already mentioned).

 

Contestants will be entered into a random weekly drawing for a pre-paid credit card to be used for fuel purchases.

About ethanol, E15, and E85:

The market for higher ethanol blends continues to grow. All model year 2001 and newer light duty vehicles can use E15 (fuel containing 15% ethanol, accounting for more than 97% of the vehicles on the road today. Additionally, more than 22 million flex fuel vehicles can use E85 (fuel containing 85% ethanol). Check here to learn if your vehicle is flex fuel.

 

Want to learn more about ethanol and why it’s a GREAT fuel for your car? Visit RFA’s consumer section to learn how the benefits of ethanol are worth the switch to E15 and E85.

About E85Prices.com:

E85Prices.com features pricing for E15 and E85. All of the fuel prices are crowdsourced, meaning the prices you submit are used by other drivers to see where they can get the best price for their fuel! Because ethanol is cheaper than its fossil fuel counterparts, you’ll notice that the higher the ethanol blend – the lower the fuel cost!

 

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2021 Summer Contest Winners

Date Winner Name
Week 1 cguigar
Week 2 indiana
Week 3 fellwockjones
Week 4 mile10com
Week 5 gasisoutrageous
Week 6 xprss
Week 7 Rack
Week 8 ethanolkicksgas
Week 9 CornProne
Week 10 Rack
Week 11 TerryW
Week 12 JimmySierra
Week 13 Bigwolf1833
Week 14 wkshinn